Latest Nasal septum Stories

2014-02-01 23:01:50

California board certified ENT surgeon and Director at the Orange County Nose & Sinus Center, Dr. Kevin Sadati, talks about how in-office Balloon Sinuplasty is giving long term relief to patients suffering from Chronic Sinusitis, even if they have a slight deviated septum. Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) February 01, 2014 A person’s nasal septum is made from the combination of bone and cartilage. It separates the left and right airways of the nose and divides the nostrils. Someone’s...

2010-12-09 06:32:00

NEW YORK, Dec. 9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Dr. Steven Pearlman, prominent facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon based in New York City, will be performing one of the first revision rhinoplasty cases with the newly FDA approved PDS Plate. This revolutionary procedure will mark a giant leap in the world of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. The PDS plate, parent company Mentor, is an absorbable and structural support, indicated for nasal soft-tissue and cartilage reconstruction....

2010-01-19 11:59:43

Attaching cartilage to plates made of the resorbable material polydioxanone appears to facilitate corrective surgery on the nasal septum, the thin cartilage separating the two airways, according to a report in the January/February issue of Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. Conventional septoplasty, or surgery to straighten a deviated septum, is not always possible because the surgical manipulations involved weaken the septal cartilage, according to...

2005-07-18 18:27:31

CHICAGO "“ A surgical technique that requires the removal, restructure and re-implantation of the nasal septum (the partition of the nose between the nostrils) appears to be a useful option for repairing the hard-to-treat severely deviated septum, according to an article in the July/August issue of Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. Severe nasal septal deviations, usually the result of trauma, previous surgery or congenital malformations such as cleft...

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